WNAMM08: Small Size Big Sound

Roland launch the Micro Cube RX and the Micro Cube Bass RX amps      22/01/08

WNAMM08: Small Size Big Sound


Roland has announced the Micro Cube RX and the Micro Cube Bass RX amplifiers. Roland say that, small in size and huge on sound, these new battery-operated stereo amps deliver a powerful punch at an affordable price.
Here's the details directly from the Roland press release...
Both compact and road-rugged amps come equipped with legendary JC-Chorus sound, eight built-in COSM amps, six digital effects, stereo Delay and Chorus, 3-band EQs and a chromatic tuner for perfect intonation. An onboard Rhythm Guide allows players to choose from an assortment of groovin’ beats for practice purposes, but more importantly—play-along fun and creative jam sessions.
With the new Micro Cube Bass RX, Roland pioneers a world-first battery-operated bass modeling amplifier featuring Roland’s proprietary FFP technology packed into a light-weight and indestructible box, making it a dream come true for bass players everywhere.
Thanks to the custom speakers and new amp technology featuring Roland’s proprietary drivers, these new amps are extremely efficient making them the perfect amp to use when practicing at home. Since both of the new Micro Cube RX and Micro Cube Bass RX amps can run on battery or AC power, you can take them virtually anywhere.
The dual-purpose Phones/Recording output allows you to plug-in a set of headphones for private practice sessions, or connect directly into a stereo mixer or recording device for accurate and simple signal transfer directly from the Micro Cube RX or Micro Cube Bass RX.
The Micro Cube Bass RX’s input lets players plug in a guitar or microphone while the stereo AUX input accepts input from iPods, CD players, or musical instruments for signal blending.
AC adaptor is included.

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